The most flexible way to see Iceland – build your trip on your own with a multitude of à la carte options, plus the ability to book year-round, expanded hotel options, and airport transfers! Once you've chosen your hotel, you can add tours, Flybus airport transfers, car rentals and more.
When booking your trip, consider the midnight sun! With Iceland's midnight sun having its best viewing period from mid-May to mid-July (subject to weather conditions), this option is a great starting point to build your own package and add some of our late evening tour add-ons!
Hotel information is available on the Price and Hotel tabs above!
- Click on the gold "Book Now" button above. You can also use the package drop down menu on the right side of the page by selecting your departure details.
- Once booked, you will receive two emails. One containing your electronic air ticket, and the other your package Booking Confirmation and general information.
1 Gullfoss in the summer 2 Relaxing in the Blue Lagoon 3 Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland 4 Jokulsarlon, the glacial lagoon 5 Riding the Icelandic horse 6 Whale watching 7 Geysir in southwest Iceland
ICELANDIC TOURIST BOARD HOTEL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM
FIVE-STAR | *****
All rooms include private bathroom, telephone, satellite TV, movie channel, radio, desk and safe compartment. Luxurious interior decor & furnishings, including bathrobes at each bedside. Room & turndown service, a restaurant and laundry services are available, as well as an indoor swimming pool and/or exercise facilities.
FOUR-STAR | ****
All rooms include private bathroom, telephone, satellite TV, movie channel, radio and desk. There is room service, a restaurant and laundry services available.
THREE-STAR | ***
All rooms include private bathroom, telephone, TV, radio and desk. There is a breakfast room and service counter to buy snacks and small items.
TWO-STAR | **
Bar & dining room facilities (including breakfast), public telephone access and 24-hour check-in available. Rooms may be equipped with a private bathroom, but this is not a condition.
More information on the Tourist Board Hotel Classification System can be found here.